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  1. Re: the style of overloaded assignment operator

    You see guys; Scott Meyers is saying do it as the built-in types did it. I don't understand why?!

    Cuz if I coded something like this:

    test& operator=( const test& src )
    Then this statement is...
  2. the style of overloaded assignment operator

    Hi :)

    I am thinking about the assignment operator...
    Basically if I want to overload it I code something like this :


    class test{
    public:
    const test& operator=( const test& src ) { return...
  3. Poll: Re: Do you establish performance specifications?

    Hi,

    As a student this is not really what we usually care about. Could you please give us an example of what a performance specification might look like? In what unit the performance is measured?
    ...
  4. Re: IO level of abstraction in a Virtual Machine

    Thank you, your posts are very helpful. It is clear now.
  5. Re: IO level of abstraction in a Virtual Machine

    Ok, I have a clear idea how the input operation could be done. What about the output?
    Is it a good idea to represent screen in the following way:
    If we assume that the screen of our machine is...
  6. Re: IO level of abstraction in a Virtual Machine

    I am not interested in an emulation of a real processor. What I am trying to design is a hypothetical machine like the Java virtual machine. I am not trying to do something big like JVM. My purpose...
  7. IO level of abstraction in a Virtual Machine

    First, it is my pleasure to be a new member of this community

    Second, I am reading these days about virtual machines, and their architectures. I decided to write my own very simple easy to...
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